Strip lashes have become extremely popular in the beauty routines of many, offering a quick and glamorous solution for enhancing the eyes. While applying strip lashes can be a breeze, removing them safely requires a delicate touch to preserve both the falsies and your natural lashes.
Gather Your Tools
Oil-free makeup remover or micellar water
Cotton buds or pads
Tweezers or lash applicator
Prepare the Area
Find a well-lit and comfortable space where you can sit down and have a steady hand. Make sure you have a clean surface to place your tools.
Apply Makeup Remover
Dampen a cotton swab or pad with oil-free makeup remover or micellar water. Close your eyes and gently swipe the moistened swab along the lash line, focusing on the areas where the lash adhesive is attached. Allow the remover a few moments to break down the adhesive.
Once the adhesive has loosened, use your fingers or tweezers to grip the outer corner of the strip lash band. Slowly and delicately peel the strip lashes away from the inner corner to the outer corner. If you encounter resistance, apply more makeup remover and wait for a moment before trying again.
Remove Adhesive Residue
After removing the strip lashes, you might notice some residual adhesive on the lash band and your eyelid. Dip your cotton bud into your chosen makeup remover and gently wipe away any remaining adhesive. Be cautious not to rub or tug at your natural lashes.The adhesive should come away easily with light a light touch.
Cleanse Your Face
Complete your lash removal routine by cleansing your face to remove any makeup residue or oil. This ensures a clean canvas for your skincare routine.
Once you have mastered removing your strip lashes, it will become second nature! It may seem like a daunting process to take off your strip lashes, we can assure you that you won't damage your natural lashes in this process if you're careful and you have used a recommended lash glue. With a careful approach and a bit of patience, you can enjoy the beauty of our Snap Beauty strip lashes without compromising your own lashes. If you have any queries or concerns about removing our lashes, please contact us.